Pseudo Random News and Comment

The Monetization Of America In addition to killer savers, the Fed is killing bargain hunters. Nothing is cheap. Quiz, which Fed has already failed: Overvaluation is followed by ________________.

$1.5 Billion In Taxpayer Funds Go Directly To Movie Studios Each Year… And Very Few Jobs Created $4,010.70 per movie industry employee. As bad as that is, it’s not the worst place tax money goes.

Many stroke patients not receiving emergency treatment quickly enough And it’s their own fault.

Males stick to their individual style for luring the ladies, regardless of success rate Study was in bowerbirds, but I think it holds for humans too – especially since both employ forced perspective in their design.

New Zealand Government Admits That Order To Suppress Illegal Spying On Kim Dotcom Only Such Order Issued In 10 Years I supposed if one didn’t understand the dangers of the post 9/11 world, one might assume an order to suppress an illegal activity would be unnecessary.

Laptop seizures by US government highlight 9/11-era climate of fear

Men with erection problems three times more likely to have inflamed gums Inflamed gums -> vascular disease -> ED. A plausible link.

Beginning of the end On phase 2 of the SEC China accounting charges.

On the (absurdly) weak Chinese stock market But with the government doing everything possible to keep it from breaking resistance before the power transfer, it’s reasonable to expect some catch up after. Plus there’s always the question of whether any of the earnings are real (you know, like US banks).

How A Spanish Scam Artist Punk’d The Ukraine For $1.1 Billion Another, not so subtle, reminder of the importance of trust in functioning of any economy, and trust seems to be a good short everywhere.

Multiple media use tied to depression, anxiety Put down that device or turn something off for your own mental health.

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